Free Friday: Love Art Not Citalopram, Escitalopram, Fluoxetine, Fluvoxamine, or Paroxetine.

As anxiety levels rise, depression increases and mental health deteriorates prescriptions for antidepressants from the doc soar. But is dropping these pills really the only option?   Around our little green and blue planet antidepressants and antianxiety medication are the most popular pills to pop.   According to NHS online, antidepressants have had the largest … More Free Friday: Love Art Not Citalopram, Escitalopram, Fluoxetine, Fluvoxamine, or Paroxetine.

Old St. Records

Not that I’m talking about the weather, but last week it was bangin’ and this week… it’s not-so-bangin’. When it was bangin’ though, I utilised my time wisely by getting drunk in Old Street records, eating pizza and taking blog pictures. If you go at the right time (5-8pm) you can get 2-4-1 on drinks … More Old St. Records

Electric Elephant

Yesterday was a huge write off. I didn’t make it to the gym, I didn’t write any articles or contact anyone for my dissertation. I guess we all have days like this so I decided to just let it slip. Threw caution to the wind, kissed goodbye to the fly buzzing around my room and … More Electric Elephant

Free Friday: OCD

  This week I’ve been geeking out and watching documentaries. One that particularly stood out to me was the BBC Week In Week Out doc ‘OCD – An Actor’s Tale’. It’s so important to show the real extent of this illness. Someone very close to me suffers with OCD so I find it irritating how … More Free Friday: OCD

Free Friday: Porn For Women, An Interview with Director Sally Fenaux Barleycorn

Afro-European film director Sally Fenaux Barleycorn is part of an underground scene, a scene that’s getting ready to break through the pavement of the adult film industry, changing porn by visually portraying realistic sexual experiences that don’t degrade women. These females are kissing goodbye to the predominantly chauvinistic content the top shelves, ‘babestations’ and websites … More Free Friday: Porn For Women, An Interview with Director Sally Fenaux Barleycorn